Beatrice Kay 04.21.1907 - 11.08.1986 (79 years old)
Beatrice Kay was an American actress, singer, and comedian. She was born on April 21, 1907, in New York City and passed away on November 8, 1986, in North Hollywood, California.
Kay began her career as a vaudeville performer in the 1920s, and later moved on to radio, film, and television. She appeared in several films throughout the 1930s and 1940s, including "College Rhythm" (1934) and "The Big Broadcast of 1937". She also had a successful career in radio, where she was known as "The Ol' Girl Singer" and hosted her own show, "The Beatrice Kay Show", in the 1940s and 1950s.
In the 1950s, Kay transitioned to television and appeared on a variety of shows, including "The Jack Benny Program", "The Ed Sullivan Show", and "The Red Skelton Hour". She also continued to perform on stage and in nightclubs throughout her career.
Kay was known for her distinctive singing style, which combined elements of jazz, swing, and pop music. Some of her most popular songs include "I Can't Give You Anything But Love", "I Cried For You", and "Just One of Those Things". She was also known for her comedic timing and appeared in several comedy films throughout her career. Click here to read more about Beatrice Kay
This actor appeared in the following radio shows